"Two business days from today, the trial of Officer Goodson starts. A few business days after that, absent action from this Court, Officer Porter, despite his protestations, will be required to take an oath and testify," his attorneys wrote. "If he does not, he will go to jail. If he does, and he reiterates what he repeated before, the state has already called that perjury, for which Porter has been offered no protection. If he deviates in any way from his earlier testimony then it is perjury, for which Porter remains defenseless."